European Joint Support Unit

European Joint Support Unit

To provide Firm Base support to Service Personnel, civilians and their families serving with NATO, the EU and elsewhere in Europe and Turkey, in order to facilitate success on operations

ISODET Arrivals

Congratulations on your assignment! The ISODET Support Cell will be your admin support during your time overseas, they will contact you over the coming months/weeks with various bits of information and guidance to aid your move.  You are requested to complete all documentation in a timely manner.  We can be contacted with any issues, queries or concerns along the way.

Pre-Arrivals Checklist

Please ensure you have completed all of the following steps included in this Pre-Arrivals Checklist:

Supportability DIN: Before you start this process please ensure that you have read and fully understood the Supportability DIN below & actioned the rest of this Pre-Arrivals Checklist.

Supportability DIN

Medical Care – FCO HEALIX: Medical care is provided via FCO HEALIX. Please ensure you go to https://healthline.healix.com to register each family member, as you will all require medical clearance.

SOFA Cards: Please use this Sofa Cards link (on MoDNET) to upload your information for all family members requesting SOFA cards. Once we receive your SOFA cards they will be sent to your address of choice.

Pre-Assignment Recce Visits DIN: There is a requirement to read through the Pre Assignment Recce Visits DIN (on MoDNET)

Education of Service Children and Young People-JSP 342: There is a requirement to read through JSP 342 (on MoDNET)

Dependency Policy – There is also a requirement to read the Dependency Policy.

Arrivals Proforma Forms

To enable us to assist you with your arrivals process, please complete the relevant online forms below:


If you are Unaccompanied please complete Arrivals Proforma Part A & Part D

If you are Accompanied please complete Proforma Part A, Part B and Part D

If you are Accompanied with Children please complete Proforma Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D

Part A – Personal Details
Please enter your MOD Staff number here.
Proposed arrival date in Belgium, otherwise just use assignment date if not known.
Please enter the date you are available to commence work in your new location.
Primary UK passport if held regardless of primary nationality.
If Dual Nationality please enter both separated with a comma.
Please include country dial code (i.e. UK = +44)
If 'No' please go to https://healthline.healix.com to register as soon as possible.
By ticking this box I certify that I have taken all action detailed in the Pre-Arrivals Checklist, as well as read and understood the Supportability DIN. I understand that should I fail to declare any special circumstances, such as current or previous Social Work Service intervention, medical conditions or educational needs, I, and/or my family, may be returned to the UK immediately upon arrival in-country. I further understand that I must not travel to my next assignment without first being issued a ‘Call Forward’ for my assignment, from either the NSE or Families Section (dependant on accompanied status).

Part B – Spouse/Partner Details
Please include any country dial codes (i.e. UK - +44)
Only applicable to non EEA Members
If 'No' please go to https://healthline.healix.com to register them as soon as possible.
Part C – Children Details (Please ensure you submit one per child)
If Dual, please enter both separated with a comma.
If Dual, please enter both separated with a comma.
If 'Yes' please forward the SVC documentation (e.g Acceptance Letter) to EJSU-ISODETSpCell-Mailbox@mod.gov.uk (OR ATTACH)
If 'Yes' please forward the EC certificate to EJSU-ISODETSpCell-Mailbox@mod.gov.uk (OR ATTACH)
If 'No' please go to https://healthline.healix.com to register them as soon as possible.
Part D – Assignment & Accommodation Details
This is the person currently in the post that you will be taking over.
A NAC is a Non-Availability Certificate. If required, please contact DIO by emailing....
Please include the postcode.
By ticking this box I certify that I have read and understood the Supportability DIN. I understand that should I fail to declare any special circumstances, such as current or previous Social Work Service intervention, medical conditions or educational needs, I, and/or my family, may be returned to the UK immediately upon arrival in-country. I further understand that I must not travel to my next assignment without first being issued a ‘Call Forward’ for my assignment, from either the NSE or Families Section (dependant on accompanied status).